Maxwell Okeke

Maxwell Chukwuebuka Okeke is a Lagos base self-taught artist from Nigeria who specializes in painting realism and abstract.

He started doing art from an early age of which he proceeded to get a degree in Fine Arts from the Federal Polytechnic Oko. In his art journey and finding the best way to express himself, he created a unique art style he titled “MAXARTCOMB” which involves the combination of artistry and electrical science, to bring the painting to live; either to display beautiful light forms or produce sounds.
He got his inspiration from light which he defined as hope, security, comforts and positivities. He tend to impart the world positively and inspire his viewers, reminding them that they are light and should always shine away darkness.
 
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LUCY, the Light Bringer

Medium: mixed media on canvas Size: 36×33 cm Year: Dec 2021

Come Let Us Paint Man

Medium: Oil On Canvas + electrical components. Size:51/41 cm Year:2021

Welcome

Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 37/33 cm Year: 2021

Welcome

Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 37/33 cm Year: 2021

Come Let Us Paint Man

Medium: Oil On Canvas + electrical components. Size:51/41 cm Year:2021
COME LET’S PAINT MAN IN OUR OWN IMAGE is an artistic representation of the Christian Biblical view of the creation of man, giving an impression that man was painted to perfection like an artist would paint on his canvas and birth beautiful result/masterpiece.
 
 
*This painting is proven symbolic as it features some realms, a colourful glowing dove, circular hollows and a piece of red diamond.*
 
 
However, it’s stand to be ithe first of its kind because it’s come with very unique features like bright lights that display forms, colorful lights, USB port to play songs which are all controlled using a Wireless Remote Control. Come Let Us Paint Man In Our own Image is an art that can speak audibly, and blessed with cool sounds for soul balance.
 
 
This painting is measured 51×41cm and is to be installed on wall. 
Welcome
 
The little blue boy said “I have seen the future, and if you ask me what I have seen, I will tell you to hope! Because the future is bright, it is honest, it it blessed with true loyalty, healthy relationships, true connectivity between man and his environment, a perfect representation of science and technology and an invasion of positive vibes. I have seen the future and the future is bright indeed”
 
Where is the future? WHEN is the future? Tomorrow? But tomorrow is just tomorrow or tomorrow never comes; how long do we hope for this bright future? Who will bring this bright future? I can keep asking and asking. But a legend once said “the future starts now!”
This oil painting tends to inspire it’s audience to hope for a better future, to hope for a brighter future; to hope for a better now! To hope for a bright now!! And be the maker of a better now.